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Have small, red marks on inner thighs, bruises, overweight, fibromyalgia, migraines, weakness, insomnia and anemia. Explain

I have small, red, flaky marks on my inner thighs and an unexplained bruise. I am 40 pounds overweight and diagnosed with fibromyalgia, anemia, migraines, and insomnia. The red marks don't hurt or itch. If they were an ingrown hair, it should have healed days ago. I hate to bother my Dr all the time. I'm a high maintenance patient, and we are currently dealing with tremors, muscle weakness, and changes in my vision. Should I ask my Dr about the redmarks?
Asked On : Mon, 14 Oct 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Dec 2013
I can understand your sufferings from mutiple problems. It may be a sign of systemic illness which needs proper evaluation and diagnosis without which it may cause future problems. For the red marks to yu can apply cortisone cream and take benadryl by mouth. You should tell your doctor regarding the red marks as it may be a sign of some internal problem.
Answered: Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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